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 4Maxfield
Street Sense
Brendan Walsh
Tenacious
 4Happy Saver
Super Saver
Todd Pletcher
Jockey Club Gold Cup
 3Structor
Palace Malice
Chad Brown
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Well, I was wrong about Knicks Go. I just had to take a shot against given the circumstances, but Cox is just a beast right now. Last week his barn was kind of cold, this weekend everything he threw out was a winner.
Hot Rod Charlie is back to validate his Breeders' Cup performance in the Robert B. Lewis.Read More
The other probable Robert B. Lewis runners let out a collective - "Whoa!" - when they saw Spielberg already listed as the winner.
Oh God I love this name so much...
  • Authenticfan1995 via Disqus · same · 1 hour ago
  • Goodnightmush via Disqus · It's a beautiful name. · 27 minutes ago
ANY info about her filly by Arrogate?
Life is Good is the top individual choice in the latest pool.Read More
  • Cigar miler. · I'm surprised Capo Kane didn't take a little more money than that. I had to lay something on him at those odds, even though my Derby pick is Essential Quality. · 1 hour ago
  • 1JoeP · Glad to get Olympiad at 64-1 in KDFW2. He is back on the worktab and should be targeting a comeback race soon. He beat Caddo River at 7F in his last race. Could be a diamond in the rough. I bet him to win as well as boxed him with The Field, Prime Factor, Medina Spirit. · 1 hour ago
Worked a bullet 5f, 59 4/5 at Palm Beach Downs. Track appeared to be much quicker then normal looking at all the works. Still, he seems to be ready for a race this weekend or next
He has won the roses twice. Now Doug O’Neill hopes he has a hot hand with his new prospects.Read More
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  • Richard C via Disqus · Dreams reign supreme as the Derby Trail gets serious. · 38 minutes ago
  • pointgiven23 via Disqus · Wipe the Slate's last work was very average and he just looks like a 1 turn animal. But its the Derby Trail so no reason not to try · 25 minutes ago
Back in the barn -- Knicks Go checks his passport, gazes at a photo of Charlatan that's tacked on the wall......and quietly, boldly says: "He can run, but he can't hide."
It is getting crowded around Vegas favorites for Kentucky (plus six new horses in the futures).Read More
  • Richard C via Disqus · The "I Drink Alone" tri-box: Martini Blu / Midnight Bourbon / Whiskey Double. · 3 hours ago
  • Citation via Disqus · I put a few bills on Medina Spirit @24-1 · 1 hour ago
So, interesting about Bama Breeze. I actually think this is a fine plan; as long as he clearly loves synthetic, why not see if he can get a stakes win? They can always run him again on turf later on... * Bama Breeze is doing well and really taken a liking to the training at Margaux Farm in Kentucky. Rusty believes that if ain’t broke don’t change it. We feel it’s in Bama Breeze’s best interest to take advantage of the situation at Margaux and get a couple more races over the Turfway synthetic surface this winter rather than take on the wolves on the Gulfstream turf. His winter objective will be the March 14th, $150,000 Twin Spires Kentucky Cup Classic going 1 1/8th miles. Turfway is going to write an allowance race for him in mid-February as a prep for the stake in March.
I love these 'catch me if you can' type horses!! The bold front runners who say to all the others: "Come on then, pass me, I DARE YA". Simple and effective racing style! I love this boy, so many options for him this year, I would personally like to him go to the Dubai World Cup next. Then maybe a drop back to the flat mile to race in the Met Mile. Then either a defence of his BC Dirt Mile Crown, or maybe go for the BC Classic. Lots of exciting times ahead. :-)
So, interesting about Bama Breeze. I actually think this is a fine plan; as long as he clearly loves synthetic, why not see if he can get a stakes win? They can always run him again on turf later on... * Bama Breeze is doing well and really taken a liking to the training at Margaux Farm in Kentucky. Rusty believes that if ain’t broke don’t change it. We feel it’s in Bama Breeze’s best interest to take advantage of the situation at Margaux and get a couple more races over the Turfway synthetic surface this winter rather than take on the wolves on the Gulfstream turf. His winter objective will be the March 14th, $150,000 Twin Spires Kentucky Cup Classic going 1 1/8th miles. Turfway is going to write an allowance race for him in mid-February as a prep for the stake in March.
So with him in the Southwest, I take it no Saudi Derby? That may not be a bad spot for him: 1.5 million for doing a one turn mile would be cake walk. The Japanese and Middle Eastern 3 year olds are like G3 quality compared to the best American horses, and the Euros are all turfers. With additions like the Saudi Derby, a horse like him could clean house and never have to go over mile: Saudi Derby (1.5 mil), Pat Day mile (500 K), Woody Stephens (G1), Allen Jerkins (G1), BC Mile (g1 1 million), Cigar (G1) etc. That is a robust and super lucrative campaign. No need to stretch him longer than he needs to be stretched if he is a one turner.
The Bloodhorse had an article on Saudi Cup invitations on January 13th. I did not see a similar article by HRN, but they may have had one. From memory: Charlatan Independence Hall Jesus' Team Knicks Go Math Wizard Maxfield Sleepy Eyes Todd Swiss Skydiver Tacitus A couple of Europeans. New York Central formerly trained by Steve Asmussen and a favorite of mine that is now Middle East based. Did not notice any Japanese like Levante se Leve.
He won this race off an 11 week layoff. I am thinking he skips the Saudi Cup. It is a $10 million race for the winner, but I think his connections know that he is best around two turns. One turn remains a big question mark. Thus, he either points to the Oaklawn Handicap and the Metropolitan Handicap, Whitney Stakes and Breeders Cup Classic or the Dubai World Cup, Whitney Stakes Breeders Cup Classic.
This guy recently won the Maktoum challenge Rd 1 and is probably the biggest threat to our American horse right now if he goes to Saudi. He was very consistent last year and seems to have improved. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JubKM4i79Hc
Can Rock Your World transfer his turf speed to dirt? We'll see.
  • H.A. Goodman via Disqus · Surprised he was even on turf with that pedigree. This guy was a big dollar yearling and is dirt all the way thru. This Robert B Lewis is absolutely stacked. · 12 hours ago
Looks like he may go in the RBL, which I think is smart. He is clearly outworking Spielberg, and if he runs to his Sham form, he likely mows down this field. Spielberg is so hot and cold, he may show up, but he may get 5th place. Send Medina to the lead and let him run. Then whoever is working better over the next few weeks between he and LIG, send them to Rebel and keep the other for the San Felipe. Any word yet on who is going to the San Vicente? Concert Tour?
  • Horse Whisper via Disqus · Think they skipping the Robert B Lewis in favour of the Southwest with him. Concert Tour probable for the San Vincente · 4 hours ago
Well this is sad to hear. It feels like we are losing so many of these guys right now. RIP Big Drama.

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